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Just had to make another one of these. Only took 50 hours to do. Lost count of the number of nails and tacks. Mahogony frame and vintage hammers. 23"x23"x3
ROOSEVELT CIGAR TABLE
Materials: Maple Burl, Zebrawood, Steel
Dimensions: 13"L x 11"W x 13"H
Finish: Hand-rubbed oil (fully cured), shellac, and spray lacquer for added durability and...
Piece of red oak, insects feasted on the interior wood, but left behind an awesome natural cavity of decay. Wood is washed, then treated. Added a switch that controls lamp light, & nite light...
After a summer of projects, I had quite a pile of scrap that was bound for the fire pit in the back yard. Rather than burn, I decided to build! All total I built around a dozen cutting boards...
My wife bought one just like this two yrars ago. my mother inlaw wanted one so bad. I took the mesurments of the one that we had and cut one out there is some modification to it as i use a round...
This classy set of matching Harmon end tables are a tastful addition to any living space. The Black Walnut and White Birch are the perfect contrast for such an original design. The only problem with...
A friend of the family does home schooling and she needed a desk for the kids to use. With casters on the bottom, its mobile and sturdy. Made 100% from recycled pallet wood.
This blueprint consists of a overall close to perfect workshop. As you can see I laid out all of my machines and materials in a orderly fashion in a letter C shape. Starting at the bottom you pick...
I would start off by saying that this shop would be my dream work shop because I would use every tool listed on my plan to make varios projects.
EASTER EGG DISPLAY I MADE FOR A COLLECTION OF ABOUT THIRTY YEAR OLD EGGS
MADE FROM JATOBA AND MAPLE
Get ready for christmas
now is the time to start planning
make a good pattern and cut out with a router
if you need help let me know
i have given many sleighs to friends over the years and they...
I made this spoon rack nearly 40 years ago for my mother-in-law, to hold some antique family spoons. The wood is wormy chestnut with a Minwax Antique Oil finish.
This all started with wood salvaged from crates used to import limestone tile from Mexico. I used it to make some picture frames and the left over pieces from rabbiting out the picture frames...
This is a country style dry-sink I did that we needed for our washroom. It's entirely pine except for the ceramic counter to prevent little accidents. I kept the carcasse box-joint prolonged to pop...
This night table is my first attempt at furniture making. All the white oak was salvaged from a seventies era bank that was being remodelled. The inlays and the shelf were made from dead fall...
This is a 12 sided tapered cone using only 1 sheet of 3/4" plywood. Rotating Totem solved our family need on how to display and have ready to fill with goodies over 40 stockings. All pegs are...
A five-inch round Nantucket Lightship basket using (mostly) traditional materials and methods. The base, handle, rim-halves and staves are of red oak, the weavers are 1.50 mm...
Ever dream about woodworking in your living room? Here's one bloke who does -- with an ax. Join one man and his dog and watch a hand-crafted spoon take shape from an alder log.
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